Sorry, Elisabetta Canalis: you cannot compete with the Kardashians.
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian were outraged Tuesday night when George Clooney's Italian ex-girlfriend was safe from elimination, but their brother Rob was in the bottom three on ABC's Dancing with the Stars.
"There is NO way Rob Kardashian was trending worldwide last night and in the bottom 3. Impossible!" Kourtney, 32, tweeted indignantly. "HOW IS ELISABETTA SAFE?!??! HOW?! Seriously!!!" Khloe, 27, agreed with her sister's enraged tweet, adding, "So odd."
On Monday, Canalis, 33, and her pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy had the second lowest scores of the night. Ron "Metta World Peace" Artest and Peta Murgatroyd were the lowest-scorers of the evening. Artest, 31, found himself in the bottom three with Rob on Tuesday, as did Nancy Grace, who like Rob, received higher scores than the Italian model and TV personality the previous night.
Rob's sister Khloe, 27, was outraged her baby brother wasn't guaranteed to make it to the next round. When one fan asked Khloe: "Shouldn't [Elisabetta] be in the bottom 3, [not Rob]?" she replied bluntly: "Shows are rigged all the time."
"This just can't be!" Kim, 30, tweeted. "Rob in the bottom three is impossible! He did soooo good!"
Much to the relief of the "Kardashian mafia," Rob, 24, moved forward to the next round. Artest, however, did not, and was sent home.
"Even though I'm beyond thrilled my brother is SAFE, I'm sad that Ron was first to go," Kourtney said. "He didn't deserve it."
"Honestly, I didn't think any one of those people should have been in the bottom three," Khloe added. "I just can't handle this stuff. I'm so stressed out!"
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